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Dec 2, 2012 12:00pm EST
something will happen. that is the beauty and the simplicity of it. it is easy and fun it makes technology find it does not have to be complicated you feel stupid. there are tablets out there that are complex to use. do not use them, the kindle fire is no. 1 and its class of the 7 in. for a reason. people have used it and loved it. i thought we were having four flex payments so i am thrilled to death that we have 5 flex payments and freesia bank and handling. that is why we are approaching a almost 18,000 on today -- i love the free shipping and handling. i love the way that this works >>guest: about to play a game i am new to this game called cut the rope. 1 to stock it is all you what to is cut the ropes. that is addictive. people have been asking me how is this different from typical android tablet? a lot of things quite frankly. this is an android based tablet that is number one operating system in the country. amazon has taken and the typical operating system and made it more simple. they have their own user interface like the carrousel3 showing you earlier. to finish my like othe
Dec 8, 2012 9:00am EST
it was intended to do. >> host: in "the debt bomb," you have duplication in federal programs, science, technology, engineering and mathematics programs, there are 209 of those. service transportation, 100 plus. teacher quality, 82 programs. economic development, 88. transportation assistance, 80. financial literacy, 56 different programs. job training, 47 different job--training programs. homelessness prevention and assistance, 20 programs. food for the hungry, 18, and disaster response preparedness/fema, 7 different programs. >> guest: well, it's not, it's not just outlandish that we have that many programs, what is also outlandish is we don't know if they're working. because when they're passed, there's nothing that says you have to have a metric to see if it's accomplishing the goal, and the biggest defect of the congress since i've been here has been the total lack of oversight of most of the programs. >> host: you recount in "the debt bomb" a story about taking an amendment to the senate floor to get rid of some of these duplication, duplicative programs. what happened? >> guest: uh -- >> ho
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